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Featuring great ways that we have been collaborating recently with other environmental organisations like Forest & Bird North Shore and new gardening charity Hand Over A Hundy.
This Matariki issue highlights some free, family events we are involved in for Matariki and focuses on important partnerships we have with other environmental organisations like Sustainable Business Network and Forest & Bird.
Our new-look enewsletter focuses on all the good, green things that are happening in our local Kaipatiki community. Weed-busting, water-testing, tree-planting and a Massey Uni student who’s busy tracking down lizards and geckos in our reserves. Beautiful!
May 2013 (2)
Dig in with our Community Planting Days this winter and treat Mum to a special Mothers Day chutney class. We also reveal our new EventFinder facility on our home page and say bye bye to some special people.
May 2013 (1)
Introducing Pantry Power – the new series of Nana-Technologies classes covering home-made preserves, bread, pasta and cleaning products. Time to learn all about hot composting too, for free, at Kaipatiki Project’s teaching gardens.
March 2013 (2)
A mid-EcoFest issue highlighting some great events that have happened already. Also a call-out for volunteers in our Birkdale plant nursery and local reserves – we cannot do all this without you!
March 2013 (1)
Over 100 events to enjoy for EcoFest including a chance to come together (in the pub!) for an EcoFest Pub Quiz. We also talk up our Open Day some more.
EcoFest is shaping up very nicely thanks to all our contributors and supporters! This issue says Hello to some new staff, and highlights our upcoming Open Day on 23 March.
Welcome to EcoFest and a look back at a very productive year.
This past month our volunteers have gained horticultural qualifications, woven harakeke in a shopping mall, helped kit out our new van, conquered masses of weeds – variety is the spice of life! Read all about it in our enewsletter, you can sign up for it on our Facebook page.
This issue is packed with info on our Bush Blitzes, bush walks, school holiday eco-activities, plus courses on creating a summer vege garden and bee-keeping Bzzzzz!
Kaipatiki has once again scooped up the ‘silver’ in the Community category of the Sustainable Environment Awards run by Auckland Council! In this issue, read about our new native plant nursery in Hobsonsville, Nana technologies: Italian style, and the 8th time around for the free Nursery Bites workshops!
The August newsletter is overflowing with information about free workshops, community tree-planting, Project Possum, how to become a member of the Kaipatiki Project and so much more. Enjoy reading!
Aside from a brilliant photograph from our recent Kaipatiki Kids session, the June newsletter contains wonderful things such as our June courses and workshops, Weed-busters, and the answer to a common question: where do all the plants go?
The weather is cooling down, but the silver lining is that it’s planting time again. Our May enews has info about joining us on Community Planting Days.
Check out more of our great courses, our new Facebook page, and learn about our prize competition!